LVCS approves creation of electronic sports team, drops STOPit app

LVCS approves creation of electronic sports team, drops STOPit app

From the Las Vegas Optic

The Las Vegas City Schools board approved the adoption of a competitive video game team at its regular meeting Thursday night.

Recognized by the New Mexico Activities Association, the school-sanctioned activity known as “e-sports” pits a team of video game players from one school against other schools across the state. The best-performing teams will even compete for a state championship title.